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Developer of the month, Joachim Horn, founder and CEO of London-based start-up SAM Labs is convinced that kids can truly have fun while learning to code. You just need to give them the right toys. It also helps to make sure those toys are Bluetooth ready, and connect to the Internet of Things.
LG has globally launched a variety of new accessories called LG Friends. Friend devices currently include cameras, a virtual reality (VR) headset, a wireless headset and a charging cradle, with more accessories on the way.
Qualcomm Technologies and LG are working together to help developers explore new features and technologies. With LG Friends come new opportunities for development on Snapdragon processors.
Have you started working with Vulkan yet? Vulkan is the latest graphics API from Khronos and a major rethink for mobile developers about using the GPU. It addresses the growing demand for low-overhead APIs that provide developers with explicit control of the graphics and compute power on hardware like the Snapdragon™ Adreno™ GPU.
Q: What has 17,000 heads and came up with 777 cool ways to use the DragonBoard™ 410c during Maker Month?
A: You! Our DragonBoard developer community.
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